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33 minutes | Jun 20, 2019
Episode 5- A late but handy football season roundup
The 2018-19 football season was action-filled and turned out to be on worth remembering. But it was also revolutionary and controversial. We caught up with Sport Management professional Devin Bhatia to discuss how the introduction of VAR, the never ending issue of Racism and the hosting of the Europa League final at Baku affected the beautiful game.
21 minutes | May 29, 2019
Episode 4- Cricket World Cup ramblings
With the Men's Cricket World Cup returning to England after 20 years, we take a look back how the format and the game itself has evolved from 1992 (the last time time the format allowed every team to play at least once against each other), up until 2019.
12 minutes | May 18, 2019
Episode 3- Caster Semenya - An icon or an example?
Few athletes in the recent past have had a journey as turbulent as South African runner Caster Semenya's. Listen to our third episode to know about her continuing story of glory and angst.
10 minutes | Jan 10, 2019
Episode 2- Heads, tails or cricket?
If there's one thing that has remained intact in cricket over years and years of change, it's the toss. While the same's future in the game has come under question recently with the ICC even considering scrapping it last year to stabilise home advantage, the same never went through. In this episode, we share our two cents (of course, it's a coin after all!) about tosses in cricket. We hope you enjoy listening to us.
7 minutes | Dec 30, 2018
Episode 1- Home Advantage
In this snack-sized episode, we briefly explore the concept of home advantage in sport and share our thoughts on why it exists, and how much have grown to like it.
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